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1 Pearl, Jack, story by; based upon characters and settings created by Raymond J. Meurer THE SPACE EAGLE: Operation Doomsday
Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing Company, (1967). First edition. Whitman #1578. Hardcover. Textblock lightly tanned, wear to the shelf edges, else a near fine copy in laminated, illustrated boards, pictorial endpapers; no dust jacket, as issued. Illustrations by Arnie Kohn. 
Debut in Whitman's short-lived teen space adventure series inspired by the national fascination with the cold war competition between the U.S. and Russia for domination of the new frontier. 
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2 Pearl, Jack, story by; based upon characters and settings created by Raymond J. Meurer THE SPACE EAGLE: Operation Star Voyage
Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing Company, (1970). First edition. Whitman #1579. Hardcover. Mild crimp to spine crown, minor tanning to textblock, wear to shelf edges, else near fine in laminated, illustrated boards, pictorial endpapers; no dust jacket, as issued; artwork by Arnie Kohn. 
Cold war space race adventure for boys "proudly dedicated to the children of the heroic astronauts of Apollo 11." In this entry in the series, "a defecting Soviet scientist provides a new metal for a matter-antimatter engine."--Tuck. 
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